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Whether you want a family vacation house in the Outer Banks or a romantic beachfront condo, we can find a North Carolina vacation rental for you. Our unbiased user reviews of rental homes in North Carolina give us the edge over other vacation rental sites—you can book your Outer Banks beach trip with confidence. And our deals on vacation rentals in North Carolina will help you save money.
What’s so great about North Carolina’s Outer Banks? You can drive to the OBX in less than half a day from most of the East Coast, for one thing. Once you get there, you’ll find family-friendly beaches, romantic sunsets, and tons of things to do. Renting a vacation home in North Carolina gives you the freedom to set your own schedule. Don’t let your hotel tell you the pool’s only open till 8 pm or breakfast is from 7-9 am—at your vacation rental in North Carolina, the pool will be open 24/7, and if you feel like rolling out of bed at the crack of noon, that’s your prerogative.
Nags Head Vacation Rentals
Many Outer Banks vacationers opt for a beach cottage in Nags Head, one of the prettiest towns in North Carolina. There’s 11 miles of beach here, so you’ll be sure to find a spot that suits you. Bring binoculars for bird-watching.
Beach Houses on Hatteras Island
If you’re considering a family vacation in North Carolina, a vacation rental on Hatteras Island might be a great choice for you. (And what’s more, we can help you find a special deal on that Hatteras Island cottage—you can find a great value in the Outer Banks at just about any budget level.) A big family group might opt for a spacious Hatteras Island beach house, while an oceanfront condo might suit honeymooners. All vacationers will enjoy the Cape Hatteras National Seashore Recreational Area, which offers plenty of unspoiled, uncrowded beaches to explore.
OBX Beach Houses
Now that you’ve found an affordable beach house in North Carolina, what’s to do? There’s the beach, of course (and all sorts of water-related activities like jet-skiing and wind-surfing), but family-friendly restaurants and attractions abound. Have your own Wright Brothers moment by hang-gliding or kite-boarding in Kitty Hawk. There’s great fishing in the Outer Banks, too (book a saltwater fishing charter), and plenty of outdoor activities like kayaking and biking. When you’re in a vacation rental in North Carolina’s Outer Banks, you certainly won’t be bored.